The pain we all feel over Trayvon Martin’s murder isn’t real, according to Rush Limbaugh. Just like the outrage women felt when faced with the real possibility of paying out of pocket for birth control wasn’t real, again, according to Rush Limbaugh.
Here is what Limbaugh had to say about the Left’s reaction to Trayvon Martin’s murder:
[T]he next time the media and the Democrat Party get all exercised about something happening in our country or in our culture or in our media, and when they’re all in unity on it, the reaction ought to be they’re lying. They’re making it up. There’s a political agenda here. There is no real outrage, for example.
All these people supposedly calling advertisers of this program. There was no angry consumer outrage. It was all trumped up. The same thing was attempted with the Trayvon Martin case. To create a false reality, to make it look like the country is as agitated as the left is, but it never is. The country is never as roiled and as agitated as the left is. They can succeed in upsetting people. But the object lesson here is to, from this point forward, just don’t believe them.